Cristiano Ronaldo

tiger666

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Reports in Spain claim the Real Madrid forward could leave the European and Spanish champions as he is unhappy with a five-match ban he recieved for pushing a referee.

Last week Ronaldo described a decision by Spain's administrative sports court to uphold his five-game ban for pushing a referee as "incomprehensible".

The court told AFP it had rejected the 32-year-old's appeal after he was sent off in the 3-1 win against Barcelona in the Super Cup.

He got a one-match ban for two yellow cards and a further four for pushing the referee after he had been sent off.

"From injustice to injustice, they will never bring me down," he posted.




What a massive prick this guy is. Fucking whinging crybaby.
 

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Reports in Spain claim the Real Madrid forward could leave the European and Spanish champions as he is unhappy with a five-match ban he recieved for pushing a referee.

Last week Ronaldo described a decision by Spain's administrative sports court to uphold his five-game ban for pushing a referee as "incomprehensible".

The court told AFP it had rejected the 32-year-old's appeal after he was sent off in the 3-1 win against Barcelona in the Super Cup.

He got a one-match ban for two yellow cards and a further four for pushing the referee after he had been sent off.

"From injustice to injustice, they will never bring me down," he posted.




What a massive prick this guy is. Fucking whinging crybaby.
What a complete bell-end.
His suspension was correct - especially if you take a look at what Paulo DiCanio got back in the day.
Fact of the matter is that you cannot manhandle the officials, yet he took matters into his own hands.
 

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You're all just insects attacking his glow... :p



(this was something he said after being in court for tax evasion, while in court he told the judge he was only there because his name was Cristiano Ronaldo to which the judge responded plenty of anonymous people have sat there)

Messi's humility on the pitch seems to be his biggest asset over Ronny. He needs a massive reality check, surrounded by kiss asses though it must be hard.

Especially when he's so handsome...
 
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Kind of what I mean though. It's like a kid at school crying about being punished cos another kid got away with it.
Oh, yeah - he's definitely a baby. Most of the top football stars seem to be immature morons, though. Same as Pogba getting hashtags shaved into his head - they're grown men ffs.
 

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Oh, yeah - he's definitely a baby. Most of the top football stars seem to be immature morons, though. Same as Pogba getting hashtags shaved into his head - they're grown men ffs.
Cr7. How fuckkng cringe is that?! Just heard someone on talk sport refer to him by it. Pathetic.
 

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You're all just insects attacking his glow... :p

Especially when he's so handsome...
Only the non-plastic parts.




Should get a couple of good ol' boys to take him round the back and show him some old fashioned injustice, the pathetic schlepper!
 
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